This is an excellent collection of Reels and Jigs. Almost all the tunes in this book are in the key of D or G, making them perfect to play on a whistle in the key of D. Guitar chords are also included for each tune! Another nice feature of this book is that there is an index of “alternative” titles in the back of the book
Reels All Around the World Bank of Ireland, The Bird in the Bush, The Bobby Casey’s The Boyne Hunt Boys of Ballysodare The Bucks of Oranmore Buttermilk Mary Chicago, The Christmas Eve (by Tommy Coen) Concertina Reel, The Congress, The Convenience, The Cooley’s Cup of Tea, The Dick Gossip Doon, The Drunken Landlady, The Earl’s Chair, The Faral O’Gara Farewell to Connaught Farewell to Ireland Father Kelly’s Flogging, The Foxhunter’s Reel, The Glass of Beer, The Gravel Walk Green Fields of Rossbeigh, The Green Gates, The High Reel, The Humours of Ballyconnell, The Humours of Tulla, The Hunter’s Purse, The Jackie Coleman’s Jenny’s Chickens Killarney Boys of Pleasure Knotted Cord, The Lady Anne Montgomery Longford Collector, The Longford Spinster, The Maid Behind the Bar, The Martin Wynne’s no. 1 Martin Wynne’s no. 2 Maud Miller McMahon’s (James McMahon) Miss Monaghan Morning Dew, The Mountain Road, The (Michael Gorman) Musical Priest, The Nine Points of Roguery, The Old Bush, The Old Copperplate, The Over the Moor to Maggie Pigeon on the Gate, The Pinch of Snuff, The Providence, The Rakish Paddy, The Roaring Mary Sailor’s Bonnet, The Saint Anne’s Reel Salamanca, The Sally Gardens Shaskeen, The Ships are Sailing Silver Spear, The Silver Spire, The Skylark, The Sligo Maid, The Star of Munster, The Tarbolton, The Tom Billy’s Toss the Feathers no. 1 Toss the Feathers no. 2 Trip to Durrow Wind that Shakes the Barley, The
Jigs Banish Misfortune Battering Ram, The Behind the Haystack Blarney Pilgrim Cliffs of Moher The Connaught Man’s Rambles Donnybrook Fair Dusty Windowsills Humours of Glendart, The Kesh, The Langstrom’s Pony Lannigan’s Ball Lark in the Morning, The Lilting Banshee, The Morrison’s Mug of Brown Ale, The My Darling Asleep Out on the Ocean Paddy Clancy’s Scotsman over the Border, The Ship in Full Sail, The Shores of Lough Gowna, The Sixpenny Money Tar Road to Sligo, The Tripping Upstairs
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